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work as the reason for the problem. david campbell with american airlines says crews are getting to the bottom of it. >> the guys who work with us every single day, they are engineers and tech chiefs, they have gone in to determine what they believe is the potential failure. but we are also focusing our attention on making sure they are properly installed. >> reporter: the problem prompted an inspection on the seats of nearly half of american airlines 757s. seats that were first pulled out and reinstalled in a plan to give passengers more leg room. workers have already inspected 36 planes with 11 yet to be inspected. so far they have discovered a total of six planes that all had the same problem. campbell dismissed the idea that the loose seats could somehow be linked to the ongoing labor dispute. >> i really have a difficult time believing that -- i just don't believe that it is. >> reporter: as american airlines promises to fix the problem, many passen jers say while the issue with new seats is troubling, it does not necessarily shake their confidence with the airline. >> it se
chicken noodle soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. gregg: and right now here are some crime headlines we're keeping a close eye on. a former university of alabama professor requesting a trial in the death of her own brother. prosecutors recently decided not to prosecute her, but amy bishop insists she wants to prove that the 1986 shooting was all accidental. bishop was recently sentence inside a separate case to life in prison for killing three of her colleagues. >>> the family of missing baby lisa irwin are thanking supporters today. tomorrow marks one year since the then-11-month-old was last seen in her crib. >>> right now a manhunt in the forests of new york, police are searching for 73-year-old eugene palmer. the experienced outdoorsman is accused of killing his daughter-in-law last week. jenna: well, american airlines inspecting eight of its planes after two flights were diverted not because of weather, not because of other things, but because seats came loose mid flight. seats that passengers were trying to sit in. julie banderas is live in new york city were --
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